Tammy, working on her slams! Slams are a form of plyometrics. Thought plyos was only jumping? No, plyometrics needs to include 3 things: 1) separation (separation of ball from hands in this case) 2) Speed (speed of ball) 3) Power( how much power is used to get separation and speed).
The "Hood River News" will run a story about Inside Out Fitness and its dedicated and super cool clients tomorrow, Saturday February 15, 2014. I gave them several pictures of different clients so it will be up to them to decide which to use. However, all of my clients are equally awesome.
Earlier this week, the American Heart Association released the 80/20 rule regarding how to avoid heart disease. It discerns that 20% of your risk for cardiovascular disease is based on genetics, while 80% is based upon your lifestyle choices.
Last night as I watched our Olympians race my thoughts went behind the scenes. Their drive, what they give up - but most importantly what makes them different from the rest of us. I believe it takes heart and an amazing amount of support. The majority of our Olympic athletes are the youth of today. Not seasoned college athletes who turned pro. Some of their stories are really amazing. One athlete races for himself and his handicapped brother. Our female snowboarder is deathly afraid of heights.
You've seen it all before: A friend or family member is getting a little chunky. You mention that perhaps they should take up an exercise regimen. The most common answer: "I would, but I just don't have the time." This isn't just speculation. According to a study done by Sallis et.